A November 2009 trip
to Orlando by MilwVon
Quote: This was a week long family reunion type vacation over the Thanksgiving Holiday. Sure Orlando is known for their amusement parks, but there is plenty to do w/o going to Disney, Universal Studios or Sea World.
Attraction | "Good Wholesome Family Fun"
Member Rating 4 out of 5 on November 28, 2009
Sleuths Mystery Dinner Shows
8267 International Drive
Attraction | "Arabian Nights – Dinner Show"
The next "room" where you will await show time is a large open area with a bar. Here we were treated to some very fun acrobatics and belly dancing. Bar drinks were very expensive, served in a "take home" plastic glass. HINT: If you buy one (nearly $10 each), take your souvenir glass back for any subsequent drinks that you buy, and they'll discount the price $3.50!
Once inside the show arena, you will have your choice of four dinner entrees (prime rib, chicken, chopped beef steak, or veggie lasagna). Dinner comes with salad, vegetables, and cake, plus free soft drinks, beer, and wine.
The show was very good, with lots of stunts and stories. The Arabian Nights theme is primarily focused on horses, some of the most beautiful animals I've ever seen. The actors were good and were very athletic. All in all, the show was outstanding!
Member Rating 4 out of 5 on May 15, 2005
6225 West Irlo Bronson Memorial Highway
Orlando, Florida 34742
Doors open 90 minutes before show time, and you'll want to arrive early! They provide complimentary appetizers in the main hall that also includes several shops and bars. Cocktails here are on the pricey side (approximately $6 each), but at least you're not forced to buy the souvenir glass.
During the time in the main hall, there are plenty of entertaining skits performed, including some that are audience participation (most for the kids).
Guests are divided into one of six groups identified by colors. Each audience group has their pirate, for whom they will cheer as he competes in several acrobatic and athletic competitions fitting the high seas. We were amazed at the talents and strengths of the pirates and all of the actors in the show.
Dinner included salad, roasted chicken quarter, veggies, and a yummy apple cobbler a la mode.
Pirate's Dinner Adventure
6400 Carrier Drive
Orlando, Florida 32819
+1 407 248 0590